The Promise of Hyperloop

Hyperloop promises to combine the best of our existing forms of transportation, and more. With the speed of airplanes, the capacity of subways, the convenience of automobiles, and the regional relevance of commuter rail. It also promises to reduce significantly the disadvantages of current systems, such as congestion on highways, inflexibility of rail transit, the hassle of getting to and through large airports, and transfer times. Hyperloop also promises to have a very high level of safety. Along the way, Hyperloop can meet a wide variety of transportation needs, which translates into heavy usage which in turn helps reduce per-user costs. This also means higher revenue, which of course is critical for maintaining the system, expanding into new markets, competing with other modes, and providing low prices for trips. And all this can be done while also giving the end user a pleasurable experience.

Our existing transportation systems all have specific advantages for each mode of travel, but also have built in limitations that would be prohibitively expensive to fix, if it is even possible. Hyperloop not only combines the best advantages of each existing mode of transport, it also presents the opportunity to incorporate a broader range of uses than existing systems due to the fact that it is starting from scratch.

Hyperloop will likely not replace any existing mode of transportation entirely, however, it will compliment them in ways that in many cases makes those other modes function even better. This web site is dedicated to explaining and promoting ideas that can make this future happen.

My name is Bill Ensinger, and I have typed up and organized the initial information on this web site, which is quite extensive at its start. However, I am seeking forward thinking individuals, visionaries, and anyone else who is interested to contribute their own ideas.
High Speed Tunnel to open in Los Angeles in December!
Elon Musk has announced the opening of a rapid-transit test tunnel under LA. Top speed is to be 150mph. The tunnel is 2 1/2 miles long and opens to public Dec. 10. Rides are said to cost $1 each. While the distance is short, the speed is phenominal. If this proves successful, longer tunnels could be built to provide inner-city transportation that will rival other modes, certainly by speed if not capacity. Clikc here for details from CNBC.

Hyperloop for Chattanooga 2/2018
A facebook group has been established to promite the idea of Chattanooga being not just a destination, but a hub, and even a major center for Hyperloop activity. Think Hyperloop to Atlanta (forget maglev, don't even think High Speed Rail). But think beyond that. Chattanooga could be a major hub for the southeast region, a regional dispatching and operations center, maintenance facilities for pods, pod manufacturing location, even a regional or national headquarters.

240 MPH! 12/2017
Hyperloop successfully demonstrated operation of a full size pod in a low pressure tube reaching speeds of approximately 240mph in a quarter mile tube. During this test, Hyperloop also demonstrated an airlock system that allowed the pod to transition between atmospheric pressure and the low pressure enviornment of the tube.

200 MPH! 8/2017
Hyperloop successfully demonstrated operation of a full size pod in a low pressure tube reaching speeds of approximately 200mph in a quarter mile tube.

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Part of the purpose of this web site is to encorage the brainstorming of additional ideas for how Hyperloop can be used to improve existing transportation systems and meet future transportation needs. Your ideas are welcome, and if they don't duplicate ideas already incorporated here, they will be added if deemed appropriate. Either way, I will make every reasonable effort to respond to every enquiry and/or idea with the goal of developing the idea into practical reality. Put your thinking caps on!

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Technical Information about our web site
Our web site is built with HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript. Bill built the framework code developing several features along the way. This framework is available for use by others to build other web sites. For details, click here.

Our web site is built with HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript. Bill built the framework code developing several features along the way. This framework is available for use by others to build other web sites.

Features of this web site include:
-A multi-level menu bar that works on both tablet and desktop/laptop computers
-Use of javascript to generate templates for repeating data
-A javascript array used as a database containing "normalized" data.
-Taking the concept of using css to separate style information and applying it to javascript code and web page data.
-code that will work for separate related web sites
-A modal pop-up box that behaves itself nicely, easily invoked and easily dismissed
-A picture gallery page with thumbnails built on some of the above concepts
-Displaying sections of a web page that would otherwise be separate files on the server but are instead all contained in one file, reducing the number of files on your server
-Implimentation of code that "detects" the backbutton and responds to it appropriately in places where the backbutton wouldn't otherwise work
-A 404 error page not found page that identifies links that were once valid but are no longer valid, providing the end user with a message that is different for each of any number of possible unique wrong URL's
-A 404 error page not found page that also looks like a regular page except for its unique error reporting content, so users can access the menu bar to navigate to a valid page, as opposed to staring at a cryptic text page or some browser generated message
-A popup menu that provides an alternative to the < select > html tag.
-responsive design
-Features such as marking an item low or out of stock, adding variations, setting a featured item,
-Lots of room for flexibility
-Works well with the Dansie Shopping Cart

This framework is available for sale. I will send you all the base files to make it work, along with a file with instructions on how to set everything up. I will also include a 1 year service plan to fix anything that doesn't work as advertised. I can also provide additional support and add requested features for an additional pre-arranged fee.

This framework does not do certain things. They include but are not limited to:
It does not provide a shopping cart, however I have designed it to work with the dansie shopping cart.
It does not provide user/customer login. I am actually looking to add this feature but am not sure how. If you know, please contact us.
I do not make any other warranties for fitness for a particular purpose or any other guarantees.
To share your ideas or ask questions, please contact me.

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